Femoral Hernia

Femoral hernia symptoms may be a bulge at the groin crease, or sensations of pain at this site, or pain radiating into the thigh or groin. Sometimes, one may have feelings of weakness in the quadriceps and other thigh muscles. It is not uncommon for people to have these symptoms without a diagnosis, until a specialized CT or MRI are done.

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Laparoscopic Surgery For Groin Pain

Laparoscopic Surgery For Groin Pain

People visiting the doctor for groin pain typically find that the pain is from a hernia and that the problem will probably require surgery to fix. Hernias do not usually heal by themselves, and your medical care provider may have no other option than to recommend surgery to stop the pain.If a doctor recommends surgery, there…

What Is Laparoscopic Hernia Repair?

What Is Laparoscopic Hernia Repair?

You likely will need hernia repair when the muscles of the groin become weak and allow for a part of the intestine to bulge and push through. Although there are different types of hernias, one that is in the area of the groin and is above the inguinal ligament is considered an inguinal hernia. One…